Rochell's day in the life of a UGA player 

April, 2, 2012
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As he continues to evaluate his options, Isaac Rochell (McDonough, Ga./Eagles Landing Christian Academy) took an important step in the process last week. The 6-foot-5, 261-pound defensive lineman has stopped counting his offers, but he also knows that in the end only one school will remain. On Friday, Rochell got a closer look at one of the top programs on his list.

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“Really what I was able to do was go through a day in the life of a player at Georgia,” Rochell said. “We went to lunch at 1 p.m. when we got there, just like the players do. Coach [Bryan] McClendon and Coach [Rodney] Garner came down and ate lunch with us, so that was good. When we were talking to Coach Garner and Coach McClendon, it really was not a lot of football talk. It was about building a relationship.”

One thing really caught Rochell off guard, and it is something that has been a common occurrence over the last year in Athens.
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